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These ‘strange times’ as we’re calling it lately has me doing things I once never dreamed possible…FaceTime happy hours, online conferences and virtual book clubs! Sadly it’s also forced me to do things I’ve held off for as long as possible…namely cleaning through closets I haven’t opened since the last house move. And so I […]
Another month in quarantine, means we may start running low on things to do that keep us occupied. Well, one thing you will never run out of are books to read! Each month there are new releases to capture our attention and engage our minds. Check out these upcoming May releases using our digital library […]
Since most of us (assumedly) are home more than usual lately, I thought that it would be useful to recommend some free digital content. I’ve chosen 2 each of my favourite audiobooks, ebooks, television shows and movies available to library members through Hoopla. Check out my picks below! Audiobooks Opiod, Indiana by Brian Allen Carr […]
Written By: Felicia Loconte Recently, I came across an article about popular celebrity book clubs. It instantly piqued my interest because I’m a sucker for anything celebrity. Also, I had no idea that celebrities did average things like read, let alone have book clubs. Much to my surprise, I was wrong. I know, I can’t […]
Written by Melissa Mason What child didn’t grow up hearing fairy tales and legends? Whether our parents told us stories, we read books in school, or maybe watched Disney movies, we became familiar with these beloved stories from a young age. Travel around the world with these magical books that re-imagine fairy tales and legends, […]
Written by Michelle Willison The Power of Disability: For Surviving, Thriving, and Changing the World. By Al Etmanski The power of disability is told in 100 short stories and focuses on ten key lessons through the lens of people with various disabilities facing adversity. Some people may be familiar to you, like Michael J. Fox, […]
Written By: Sheila Howlett-Soltysiak If there is a genre with exacting plot and character requirements, and faithful readers with high expectations, the Traditional British Mystery is at the top of the list. The detective – whether amateur or professional – is preferably a survivor of a traumatic or difficult past. It’s a bonus if they […]
Looking for something to keep you busy while at home, check out these April releases. “Masked Prey” by John Sandford Lucas Davenport investigates a vitriolic blog that seems to be targeting the children of U.S. politicians in the latest thriller by bestselling author John Sandford. The daughter of a U.S. Senator is monitoring her social […]
Caledon Public Library (CPL) celebrates the 17th anniversary of the Elizabeth Scavetta Memorial Teen Short Story contest and announces its local winners of this year’s competition: 1st Place: Popular by Saksia Coossa 2nd Place: A Fake Death Turned Real by Neela Jalilian 3rd Place: The Writer by Lukas Coossa “We were thrilled to receive such […]
How many of us are watching a lot of Netflix while socially isolating? Every week Netflix is uploading multiple new and exciting movies and tv series to help alleviate our boredom. The streaming giant is a great source for book adaptations as well, with a large portion of their original productions being inspired by books […]